The Dancing On Ice star said Capital Radio DJ Greg Burns was captivated by her home town of Bangor when she brought him back recently to meet her family.
“Everything’s going great with Greg,” she said.
“He’s been over to Northern Ireland and loves it, especially around Bangor.
”He’s keen to come over again so I think we might pop home for the bank holiday weekend next week.”
Zoe spent yesterday morning as a live mannequin in Cancer Research UK’s Marylebone shop window.
The aim of the sit-in was to encourage people to donate goods they no longer want to the charity’s stock-starved shops.
She said: “I’m amazed at some of the stock I’ve seen here today. There’s a gorgeous pair of Jimmy Choo shoes, which unfortunately don’t fit, and a Chanel suit.
“We all know the credit crunch is hitting home and there are a lot of people out there who are shopping more and more in charity shops.
“But Cancer Research UK is finding it difficult to keep their stores stocked and are appealing for people to donate their unwanted goods.”
Zoe, who was dressed in cricket whites donated by the England cricket team, said her best charity store purchase was a Laura Ashley leopard print hat. “I paid £20 for it and I’ve worn it to the races and to a few other events,” she said.
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